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PUBLISHED DAILY. TKT-WEEKLY. AND WEEKLY. BY A. 5. CAMP & CO.. NO. 16 DEADERICK STREET.
NASHVILLE TENN THURSDAY OCTOBER 18, 1800
NEW- SERIES NO. 1495.
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ned at oar option, untU paid tut and stopped. If
not paid it mue be paid at tbe time of discontinuance,
or at our option. If tbe party is good, it will be sent
utU paid. '
Kemittances by man, in "registered" letters, at our
Steam Press Printing Concern !
A. S. CAMP & CO., Proprietors,
5a. 16 Ceadorick Street,
It Published Daily, Tri-Weekly and Weekly.
Tmuo. Hafly. ?......z.'.J& per annum.
Tri-Weekly $5 per annum.
Weekly $3 per annum.
The Patriot is an earnest, active and Indefatigable
.apporter of the Constitutional Union cause, and in the
present canvass for the Presidency will use every hon
orable effort to promote the election of Bbu. and Era
art. To enable as to labor with increased efficiency
we awe our party friends to aid us In extending its cir
culation, i -
By the purchase of the printing establishment of the
Am, and recent additions of new materials from tbe
foundries, the Joe Ones of the Patriot has been made
tbe largest and most complete in the South-West. It is
also supplied with the most competent workman.
Steam has been applied to our presses, which are of
the best kinds. We are prepared to print, in the high
est style of tbe art, plain, in colors, or bronze.
And, indeed, everything from the smallest Tip to the
mammoth Poster, or the toast Pamphlet to the target
Tbe large circulation of tbe Patriot, greatly augmen
ted by the addition thereto of the subscription lists of
Xemt, renders it an excellent advertising medium.
None better m tbe city.
MJ- We solicit orders, at our offlc. Xo. Id P adkx
A. S. CAMP & CO.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
TlSHTXi; to make other investments, we propose
to sell ail our ttcal tsiaio in tu-,
That Suburban Residence,
situated on the Franklin Turnpike, within half a niilo
of the city, and opposite tbe residence of the late Jo
seph W. Horbav 'Ibis is, perhaps, the most command
ing site in the vicinity of Nashville, and is a most de
aireable country residence. The bouse will be sdld
with 12 or 13 acre of land as the purchaser may
That Valuable Farm,
known as the Sims Tract, situated on the Smith Tarn
pike, (oU Lebanon road) within three miles of Nash
ville, containing 330 acres. The soil is good, it is well
watered and timbered, and can be divided into Email
tracts of twenty acres and upwards, all of which are
admirably adapted for country residences, market gar
dens and "dairy farms. Also, that
on the same road, now occupied by T. C. McCampbell,
and formerly owned by Tom Harding, containing
about 250 acres. This place is so well known as to
need no further description. It will also be divided to
suit purchasers. T. C. McCampbeU will show these
places to any one who will call.
All the above property will be sold on reasonable
terms, and pn a credit of oue, two, three and four
Apply to A. V. S. Linda ley, Nashville, or to either
of the undersigned. -
THOS. C. McCAMPBELL,
Six miles from Nashville.
J. A. McCAMPBELL,
DO OU LNSURE
If not, Insure at once.
IS A S 11 fc 1 A TV 1 ,
25 College Street,
IV as' Tille, Tennessee.
1100,000 DEPOSITED WITH COMPTROLLER.
$5,000,000 CASH CAPITAL REPRESENTED.
. - sept2T-tf
ARMSTRONG & CO.,
Uo. 69 Market str&ct,
WE have now on hand full and complete assort
ment of MACHINES, IMPLEMENTS, Ac, which
we offer at the very lowest prices:
Cirenlar Saw Kills, doable and single;
Kale's Cider Hill and Corn Sneller;
Sinclair's Straw Cutters;
Mfller-f Steel Plows;
Field Boilers, &c
septl-f ARMSTRONG A CO.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Shop on Church between Cherry and College sU,
THE undersigned respectfully informs the public
that he has recently taken the above stand and is
prepared to do Blacksmilhing in all lU branches, such
as Hone-Shoeing, Buggy-Repairing, c, e.,fcc.,in
the bert manner and at abort notice. He solicits
a share of public patronage.
J A3. TARPLEY,
House-keeping Made Easj
THE WHEAT CHEER YEAST CAKES will always in
sore good wboiesome bread. For IS cents yea
can get one doaea Yeast Cakes, which will make SO
largv loaves of tbe best bread.
SCO CAKES JOLVER SOAP, hourly expected by
esprws. Almost every family in town has tued it.
for Spring deanng it is invaluable for washing Paint.
Ixwkiiig Okws, Gilded Work, Marble, Silver or Plated
REFRIGERATORS. We have sold a large lot of
lboe famous Philadelphia Refrigerators. We have a
Urge let coming. They are warranted to give satsfac
tkm, as they are not only the best but they are the
aprH-tf MACKENZIE k MINCIUN-
WATEll COOLERS, &c.
TtST received direct from the manufacturers and for
sate at lower prices than ever before sold in this
06 plain Water Coolers, . '
25 Porcehan lined do. .
19 Mclnakl'a Kefrtaorators.
S Schootey'a Patent do.
. 60 Maaser's 3 annate Freesers.
3 beamore's Pat. Freesers.
1 sao make plamloa Cream Freezers to order of "any
M Dox. Mawax's Pat. Screw Top Fruit Cans, 1 and 2
Mi dos, Plain Fruit Cans for sealing.
40 dos- 1 quart Ulass Fruit Jars.
Ice Picks and Hatcbeta.
'berry Mixers and Muddlers
10 dox. Pat. Eg Whips.
10 dc x. Plated Dippers.
J. W. WILSOV,
april 17 IT College street.
1? it Lux et Lux Puit
C0AL QIL LAMPS
rE have Just reoeired another supply of dual Oil
I Amps, amour which are some very handsome
paUetx for parlors, all fitted with the Collins burner
wmcn at toe last improvement ana HnmeasunUtly
superior to any other Lamp now before the public for
softness and steadiness at name, freeduea from smoke,
simplicity in caastroctioa, beauty and elegance tn nn.
ath, cleanliness and economy. One Lamp will give the
light of four candles and does not cost as much as one.
Toe Oil we have imported to burn in these Lamps is a
elver, beaatuul article, free from any offensive odor,
leaves no grease spot, when spilt upon carpet or cloth
ing and will not explode -
- -. RATXS, BROWN k CO.
Wholesale k Retail Druggists, No. 19 lubiie Square
Kashvul Tena. mar. IStf.
BY A LADY OP NEW ENGLAND, doth - sa
Price $1 Si. For sala b ' HACAJT
XuUi and astral "Uuip lutl rack puno a superior
nr ui oue of itMi uioat agreeable iiei'iibortMiuUs J
AUxlL-rato rchl, HO&ac3ton tnv-n
THE COUNTRY IS SAFE!!
WHEELER & WILSON
Tennessee utters her voice tn favor of
WHICH GIVES CS
PEV EATEEX STATES,
Enough to save the Union, and silence all croakers.
Please mark the record and tell us is tbe verdict
- The United States as represented in Its Agricultural
Society, have declared for
Wheeler & Wilson.
Seventeen States, all that hare voted, have declared
Wtieeler fe Wilson.'
All of the Mechanical Associations In the principa
cities of tbe Union have declared for.
heeler and Wilson.
The best Mechanics the country produces have de
c laired for WHEELER k WILSON. And more have
giad that no Machine can be invented that shall be
superior in the objects proposed, or to be obtained in
any such Machine.
Xew Style Machine Fifty Dollars!
C. R. PARSONS, Agent,
Sept22-tf 28 UNION ST., NASHVILLE.
At their old Tricks Again.
THAT the public may not be deceived by tbe ad?
vertUements of the venders of the Wheeler k
Wilson, though perhaps more appropriately styled the
diminutive shuttle, bobbin and leather pad Machine',
we will here state that the Bureau of the State Agri
cultural Fair, offered a premium of $10 for the best
Shuttle or Lock Stitch Machine. In this list of second
class Machines, the Machines considered by the Com
m it tee as contending for the premium, were the Sin
ger, A- B. Howe, and tbe Wheeler b Wilson, being the
only Machines on exhibition making the Shuttle
Stitch. This premium being awarded to the Wheeler
k Wilson over tbe Singer and Howe Machines only.
These Weeler k Wilson experts are still at their old
game of perversion, shapiDg their advertisements in
such a manner as to make the public believe, if possi
ble, that they took the premium for the best Machine
for family use, which was very far from being the
case. This little Baby Shuttl s Machine and the Singer
and A. B. Howe, were considered in the class of Ma
chines best adapted to Manufacturer's purposes light
and heavy while the first and highest premium was
awarded to the G rover k Baker Machine and Stitch as
being the best over all others foj family use.
It appears extremely easy for unscrupulous venders
of Shuttle Sewing Machine to make very high sound
ing but iu correct statements out of very scanty
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S S BOYLE, FREDERICK GOCLE.
BOYIiE & CO..
No. 59 Second Street,
Foreign Liquors and Wines, Distillery and Manufactur
ers of Brandies, Wines, Cordials, Bitters, Ax., have
constantly on hand various grades of pure BOUR
BON and RTS WHISKY, PEACH and A PPL K
BRANDT ; alto, BARATARIA and NEW ESQ.
LAND RUM, rfc. Sole manufacturers of the cele
brated ROSK WHISK T.
JUr- Agents for Fred Uoule's Japanese Bitters,
New Steinwav Piano
At IaUcWs Music Store,
ITe. 45 17 nlon afreet.
S Instrument is warranted new
d notsixty days from tbe man- I
ry,as will be seen ooexamina
I will sell at manufacturer's '
pr i without additional charge tor freight. Tha
in want of a Piano will find it to their interest
call and examino it before purchasing.
maMT-tr Mosie Dealer. 4a Vn Um
SCUUETZE Ac. LUDOLFF,
MANCFACr UR ERS of Ikos Fsaaa,
GRAND, SQUARE and PAKl-OH I
G HAND PIANO FOKTKS, made with
all the improvements conductive to 1
superiority of toee, touch md drrability, UOL .
MEDALS awarded at the Fairs in New York. 18
'stand '56, and ia St. Louis, 1859. nealers.Ucho
and Families will save money by calling before p
chasing. All instruments guaranteed for tnree y
Warerooms 452 BROOME 3r , (a few doors Wee
Broadway.) New York febZl-
iew York Piauost
T. II. C II A 31 B E It S'
EtablUlsel 1st 182S.
T. II. C11AM11EIS,
(Formerly Dubois Stodart.aad Dubois, Bacon k
QWartroomi In the "Bible Houm,
Cor. 8tl street and 4th Avenue,
NEW YOKK CITY.
This is a reliable place to purchase Orders by
letter faithfully executed, and perlect satisfaction
N. B Send for a circular, with description of
styles aad aauedule of prices. marxfl-iun '
Ladies Freneh Dress and Paefc-
JOUS IUMAG K .
42, College Street,
'" DEALER TN "
Ladies' and Gents' Fine Trunks,
HAS received additional supplies of Ladies' Extra
Large Dress Trunks, of the latest sty lea. Best
English Sole Leather Steel Spring Trunks; Ladies' Bon
net Boxes, single and Double Top; Teliae. Bags. Ac.
for sale at very tow prices. .
fTONI OCX'S fruit Jan fcr sal by
augif rains, ssom CO
OH.I T -
.It KM 9
l as it m
Ste w books,
, ...... : JUST RECE1YED BY ;
J O II N YORK &. C O.
Th Kelly s and the O'Kellys by Dr. Thooe.
Margaret Maocrietfe by ( baric Burdcft.
The Marble Fawn by Hatborr
The Dochess of Orleans.
Po and bis Critics.
Mill on the Floss.
Life Struggle by Miss Pardoe .
How to enjoy LiTe.
Fawn of four Acres.
living Rep-sentatlon Men.
Habits of Good Soceity for Ladies and Gentlemen.
Lite's Morning Life's Evening.
Note on Ncrsing by Miss Nightingale,
El Fureidis by author of Lamp Lighter.
Bryant' Eulogy on Washington Irving.
LHUe uty by author of Gamblers Wife.
Mores' Letter to Lord Macaulay,
Tymey Hall a novel by Thomas Hood.
Throne of David by author of Prince House ot
The Florence Stories by Jacob Abbott.
The Biblecal Roason Why Word of God.
Friers-Wood Post Office by Hein, of Redcliff.
Mademoiselle Mori 4 tale of Modern Rome.
S J v Years, and other Storie !y Julia Kavanagh
GODEY'S LADIES' BOOK, for September.
GODEY'S LAMES' BOOK, for September
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, for September.
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, for September.
Just received, and for sale by
JOHN YORK k CO.,
auglt-tf Ko. 3s Union stree
Flags! Flags! Flags!
AND DECORATION'S of al! kindsnd sizes for Fourth
of July, political and other celebrations.
LUCK, 45 Union street is now prepared to furnish
the above in any quantity, wholesale and retail. Also.
Fireworks of all kinds. Orders from a distance prompt
ly attended to. JOHN LUCK.
Sunday School G deviations.
Flags ! Flags!! Flags ! ! !
"TOTHING adds so much to the appearance of a Pro
Xv cession of Sunday School Children as a Flag in
the hand of every little boy and girl. LUCK is now
prepared to furnish them in any quantity, at 27 College
street, up stairs over Shields' Auction Room,
62 Union.lStreet, NASHVILLE,
( Between Cherry and Summer streets.)
Orders from the country promptly attended to
If the Grave Could Speak
WE should learn that one half of the children born,
die before they are five years old. Give no
strong medicines to children, but at once resort to the
The most valuable medicine for young children that
has ever been invented.
The Health Bitters,
For S5 cents, will make half a gallon of the best
Stomach Bitters known invaluable for weak constitu
tions, dvspeptic habits, biilious disorders derangement
of the stomach and bowels. Every family should use
them at the present change of the Keason.
aprll-tr MALhtNJfc LUU..
Fireworks ! Fireworks ! !
FLAGS ANF TORCHES !
JOHN LUCK, 45 Union street, has now the best as
sortment in Nashville of everything in the above
line, which will be sold, wholesale and retail, as low as
a good article can be bought anywhere. The Torches
are something new, and the best thing ever introduced
for political procettfuoos. augi-u
T runts T ranks I
TUST received a few more LADIES' LARGE FRENCH
fj DRESS TRUNKS; Sole Leather Trunks, Steel Spring
Valises and Bags.
LADIES' BONNFT BOXES, Tray Tops, very cheap for
cash. JOHN RAMAGE,
auglft-tf 41 Collee8treet
TT7M. T. WRIGHT k CO., would respect-
Y V fully inform the citizens of Nashville
and the public generally that they have.
purchased the well known Livery Stable and the stock
and fixtures, formerly occupied by Wm. J. Philips, on
Market street, just below tbe Square.
We have first-rate lots and box-stalls to accommo
date drovers, and all our friends who may favor us
with their patronage. -
We pledge ourselves to give satisfaction in all cases.
We have a large number jof fine Saddle Horses and
fine Buggies to hire at all times.
The fact is, we do not inteud being surpassed by any
Stable in the Southern country. Come along aud see
Janft-ly WM. T. WRIGHT k CO.
PNYERS1TY OF NASHYILLeT
J. Bkkriex Lutdslxt, M. D., D. D., Chancellor of the
University, and Professor of Chemistry and Geology.
Col. B. R- Johxsos, Superintendent of the Military
College, and Professor of Engineering.
JaxssF. Hasoltos, A. M-, Professor of Mathematics,
' aad Natural Philosophy.
J. H. Stow akt, A. M., Professor of Greek and Latin
Languages and Literature.
Ghobgb S. Blackis, A. M., M. D., Professor of Botany
f and Natural History.
Ra-r. J. W. xioYTK, A. M., at. I)., i-roressor or Mental
and Moral Philosophy, and Biblical Literature.
R. w. PrntAX, Adjunct Professor of Ancient Languages.
J. G. Ahglaob, Teacher of French and Drawing.
C. K. Wrasrox, M. D., Surgeon.
The First Term of the Academic Year 1800-61, com
mences on tbe 3d of September, 1860.
The Second Term commences on the 27th of January,
1S61. Commencement Exercises take place on the 12 ih
of June, 1861.
Tuition, Boarding, Washing, Fuel, Rooms, Servants'
attendance, and use of Arms, $105 per Term. Matri
culation Fee, $5. Students are required to furnish
their rooms. Engineering, French, Spanich, German,
Drawing, Book-keeping, and Fencing each $10 per Term
of twenty week.
Students under 14 years of age will not be admitted.
By the aid of Military Discipline, effective govern
ment is established, and health, physical culture, good
order and industrious habit are promoted.
For Catalogues, or additional information, apply to
any Member of the Faculty, or
B. R- JOHNSON,
July 23 w2m. Superintendent.
Famishing and Fancy Goods
WE are daily receiving additions to our already full
supply of FALL AND WINTER GOODS. We
have all the latest style of Shirts and Collars, Stocks,
Cravats and Ties. We have any quantity of Gloves,
Gauntlets, Robes, Suspender and all qualities of Hos
iery for both Ladies and Gentlemen. Our stock of Un
derwear J complete, embracing all the heavier fabrics
of Silk and Woolen, suitable to the approaching season.
These goods will be sold at correspondingly low rates
with the short crops. - J. H. McGHJ,,
ep3-tf Cherry sL, one door from Union.
Furnishing; at d Fancy Goods.
WE are daily receiving additions to ur already
full supply of FALL AND WINTER GOODS. We
have all the latest styles of Shirts and Collars, stocks,
Cravats and Ties. We have any quantity of Gloves,
Gauntlets, Robes Suspenders and all qualities of Hosie
ry for both ladies and Gentlemen. Our stock of Under
ware is completeembracing all the heavier fabrics of
Silk and Woolen, suitable to tbe approaceing season.
These good will be cold at correspondingly low rate
with the short crops. . . J. H. MoGILL,
ept24-if Cherry sL j one door from Union.
Baltimore Bell and Brass Works.
JREGESTER & WEBB,
: Keep no hand and make to order,
OF every size and tone, varying from 10 to 10,000
rociro, which are warranted in all respect equal
to any made In the CorsraT. Also, manufacture every
variety of Bras Faucet for Water, Steam and Gaa.
Also, Brass Castings, Babbitt's and Anti-Friction Metal
all of which is sold upon pleasing term.
Send for a Cataukjcs ass Paica List. .
IF YOU WANT A HOT FIRE
Orders cas fee Left Lb Box 91, P. 0.
Cr-f jr. Aainmr.
Vesper Gas Light !
The Cheapest, Most Brilliant
, . : .... AND .-, :"
MOST lOXYEXIEXT ARTIFICIAL LIGHT
IN THE WORLD ! !
THIS GAS is generated from Pure Coal Oil, and for
elegance, economy, safety and simiUicity cannot
be surpassed. The nxures are in the same BtyU as the
ordinorv gas fixtures. '
jg-g- Principal Agency at 47 Omper's Building. Cher
rv street , whure the litflit can be eeu at any time.
"Jauia-iy THOS. H. TAYLOR.
Coal! Coal! Coal!
ALL persons desiring a st-PBBion article of Coal, en
tirely free from Slats or Clndek and making only
Skvk.v per cent, ashes, should send an order to the Jt
na Coal Yard, where they can obtain the most eco
nomical Coal in the citv at the following prices:
Large Selected Lump", 21 cents per bushel;
Screened or Round, -19 " "
Blaeksmitb s or Fine, " " "
Orders can be left in Box 04, P. O., or at the Yard,
back of the N. iC.R.R. Depot. .
dec23-tf SAUL. J. AG NEW.
133 Nassau St., next door to the Nassau Bank, N. Y.,
is the Agent for the Nashville Patriot, and tbe beat
circulating Journals in the United States, Canadas and
He is authorized to recoive advertisements for us at
our published rate. c
CANON BURY HOUSE, by G. W.M. BeynnJU, price 60
ADA ARUNDEL, 4i " " " 60
OLIVIA, or the Maid of Honor, " " 50
CHARLEY FOX'S Ethiopian Song Book 13
GEORGE CHRISTY'S Joke Book, No. 2 13
THE PATRIOT CRUISER, by Sylvanus Cobb, Jr 25
THE MANIACS SECRET, " " 25
THE MAID OF THE RANCHE, by Dr. J. H. Robinson. 25
Sent free of potttage on receipt of price.
FREDERIC A. BRADY,
No. 128 Nassau street, New York.
Agents wanted. aug3-tf w
From YlSCHER,"OWEN & CO., General Advertising
Howie, Apploton Building, 346 Bjoadway
LIGHT! LIGHT!! LIGHT!!
HA.VXFACn.KEKa Or IMPROVED
Kerjseiir, Camphecr, Fluid, and Oil and
a VARIOCS SITUS AND nMXH,
C U A X I F, L I K w s,
MADE TO OBllOt FOB
CHURCHES, COLLEGES, AND PUBLIC BUILDING
No. 132 William Street near Fulton, New York,
ETFRV PRIZE WILL P0S1T1YELY BE
"Library Association Co.,"
Chartered fey the State of Kentucky.
BYERS & CLEMENTS
Friday, October 19, 1860.
TICKETS THREE DOLLARS.
One Gold Prize of $1,000, One Gold Prize of $300,
Horse, Buggy and Silver Mounted Harness $500, One
Rosewood Piano $400, One Rosewood Piano $350, 200
Gold and Silver Lever Watches, Magnificent Silver
Ware, Fine China Ware, Spendid Jewelry, Fine Family
Bibles, Ac., As.
if chance to get one of these valuable prizes for
$3, to be drawn at Paducah, Ey., on FRIDAY, October
19lh, 1860, under the management of a committee se
lected on that day by ticket holders present.
All holders of tickets are requested to attend.
$0- Send and get a Scheme with list of 1,650 valu
Address BYERS k CLEMENTS,
Ambrotypes and Melaneotypes,
THE cheapest and the best, are made at the Art
Gallery, corner of College and Union streets. Da
guerreotype Pictures of deceased persons can here be
copied and thrown up to the Pin Sizk Portrait.
Please call and see specimens.
C. C. HUGHES,
Principal and sole proprietor of the Melaneotype right
in Nashville. no 21-tf
E. R- GLASCOCK.
G. S. NEWSOM.
Offict College St. , next door to Merchant' Bank.
Dealers in and Ag ts for the purchase and
Eenting Houses or Land in the city or country,
Will also give their undivided attention to
the Collection of Claims, Negotiation Loans,
E. R. GLASCOCK.
WILL attead to all sales of Property of every de
scription either in town or country,
jan 17 tf.
Cross AHcs Wanted
TID3 Nashville and North-western Railroad Com
pany wish to contract for 40,000 CEDAR CROSS
TIES, it feet long, 6 inches thick, well hewn, to face at
narrowest place not less than 8 inches clear of bark ;
timber to be sound ; to be delivered at the grade line
of the road in Nashville.
The contractors want to contract for 30,000 WHITE
or POST-OAK TIES of the same size as the above, to be
delivered on the line of the road in piles from section
14 to section 24, enough on each section to supply the
Persons wishing to bid will direct to the President
and Directors of tbe Nashville and North-western Rail
road Company, Nashville, Tennessee.
11. 11. 11 A X liS te ilo.
AGENTS FOR THE
Sale and Pu r base of Negroes,
At 17o. 16 Cedar Street,
Between Public Square and Commercial Hotel,
dec29-tf. lyashrille, Tena.
HA VIVO every facility tn the way of workmen and
material te do first-rate work with despatch, I
will contract for Tinning roofs, either in the city or
country, at low rates, and and in every case warrant
satisfaction. Gutters, Piping Valley Capping, Ac, done
in tbe best manner. J.W.WILSON,
feb8-tC Oppisite Sewanee House.
Job Lota of Boots and Shoes-
E have a large Invoice of first quality of Boots
and Shoes, which we will sell at a great bargain
for cash, or four months prompt paper. Call tmmodi-
ately as they must be sold, at our Ware rooms up
stairs. No. 71).
june28-tf. TRABUE k LUCUS.
THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
Enlarged and Refurnished.
THE undersigned having taken the ST. CLOUD
HOTEL, has enlargedlt materially, and refurnish
ed It throughout in the most elegant style, will open
the bouse to the public on Thursday tbe tib Inst. -.
SAMUEL J. CARTER.
July idtf. ve . ,
Ke-optiiea Sept. lOtli,!
THE Tennessee Coffee and Dining HaU. All the good
things of the season will be kept constantly on
hand. 3. T. BIGtiS.jf.
Gruver A liaker Sfwfos? Maohia i '
Southern Trunk Manufactory.
FASSETT & CR0SSMAN,
NO. 51 MARKET STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
Manafactnrers and Wholesale and Bflail .
DEALERS DC ALL KOTOS OF
LADIES' AND GEMS' TRAVELING TRUXKS,
Valises, Carpet Bags, &c, &c,
DESIRE to call the attention of all those in want of
anything in our line, (wholesale or retail.) to ex
amine our stuck before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are confident that we can sell as low as any other bouse
in the city. Our stock ia all of our own manufacture
and is made of the best materials and by first-class
workmen. All must admit the wisdom of buying work
made at home, in preference to buying that made at
the East expressly for jobbing.
We especially invite tbe attention of the Ladies to
PATOT TRU51 FOR LADIES.
It has compartments for Bonnets, Dresses, Parasols,
Brushes, and a water-proof compartment for Sponges,
All kinds of Trunks made to order, covered or re
paired, at short notice. Give us a call, at 61 Market
street, two doors South of the Square.
june23-aAjr....FASfcETT k CROSSMAN.
On the European Plan,
CITY OF NEW YORK. JJ
Single Iiooms 50 cents per Days
City Hall 8quare, corner of Frankfort sL,
(Opposite City Hall.)
Meals, as they may be ordered, in the spacious Re
fectory. There is a Barber's Shop and Bath Rooms at
tached to tbe HoteL
N. B. Beware or Rrxxx&s and Hackmks who say
we are full. It. FRENCH,
W. W. HAMEER& CO.,
Zj?-tm 1 -A..vviffl
SMUT MACHINES, FLOUR PACKERS, BRAN DU3
TERS, GENUINE DUTCH ANKER BRAND
MASrCTACTCBXES OF PORTABLE
GRINDING ASD BOLTING FLOUR MILLS,
CORN and Feed Mills of all sizes, both upper end
under runners. Portable and Stationary Engices,
Boilers, Gearing, Ac., furnished to order, corner of
Western Row and Second sts., Cincinnati.
Mills can be seen in operation at our Factory.
Fire Insurance Company.
CAPITAL $150,000 ALL PAID IN.
OFFICE North-west Corner of the Public Square,
will take rinks against kiss or damage by fire on
Dwelling and other Houses, Goods in Store, Ac.
Also, Marine aud River hazard to and from all ports.
Risks on Negroes against the Dangers of
JOHN H. HILL,
G. M. FOGG,
N. E. ALLOW AY.
W. S. EAKIX,
R. H. GARDNER,
THOS. L. BRANSFORD.
JOSEPH VATJLX, President.
A. W. BUTLER, Secretary. oct22
Flouring Mill for Rent.
THE City Flouring Mill, situated on the Cumberland
River, just below the city, is offered for rent the
remaincer of the present year, with the privilege of
next year. Applv to Turxeb. S. Founts., Cherry street,
or JAMES CORBITT,
june25-tf at the MilL
Full Bosom Shirts.
JUST received an assortment of FULL BOSOM
SHIRTS, with and without collars. Bosoms of Lin
en, Cambric and Bi.sb.op Lawn. Also, a small lot of
Suirtx, with fine Embroidered Bosoms by
aprd-tf J. H. McGLLL.
THAT comfortable dwelling, No. 165 South Summer
sjruot, formerly the resideuce of Russell Houston,
Aiso, No. 15 North Summer street, the present resi
dence of Jas. Correy, Esq. Afiply to
J. KIRKMAN, President,
augl-tf Union Bank of Tenn.
X CV ' .
Save the Pieces!
At accidents will happen, even in well regulated fami
lies, it is very desirable to have some cheap and conve
nient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, Ac
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and no household can af
ford to be without it. It is always ready and up to the
sticking point. There is no longer a necessity for
limping chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls and
broken cradles. It is just the article for cone-shell and
other ornamental work, so popular with ladies of re
finement and taste.
This admirable preparation is used cold, being chem
ically held in solution, and possessing all the valuable
qualities of the best cabinet-maker's Glue. It may be
used in the place of ordinary mucilage, being vastly
"USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE." ..
N. B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Pricej 25
Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedar street, New York.
Address, HENRY C. SPALDING & CO
Box, No. 3,600, New York
Put up for Dealers in Cases containing Four, Eight,
and Twelve Dozens a beautiful Lithographic Show
Card accompanying each package.
S A single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED
GLUE will save ten times its cost annually to every
Sold by all prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hard
ware and Furniture Dealers, Grocers and Fancy Stores.
Country merchants should make a note of SPAL
DING'S PREPARED GLUE, when making up their list.
It will stand any climate. janlO-ly -
GUN AND PISTOL MAKING.
Frank J. Bitterlicli,
No. 16 Deaderiek St eet, Up Stairs,
MANTJFACTTJRER AND DEALER IN
fauns, Kllles and IHslols,
All work warranted to be bf the finest workmanship
aad of the most superior quality.
. Repairing done ia the best manner, and war-
raatea. - sugo-aem
Fresh Garden Seeds.
WE are now in receipt of a complete stock of LAN
DRETH'S Garden Seeds, of tbe growth of 18,
acloding all the different varieties of
Artichoke, Lettiuce, Beet ,
Cabbage, - - - Parsley, - Nasturtium, ,
Caolioour, - . Pepper, . . Pepper Grasa
Salsify, - .. Eudive- Carrots,
Leek, Beans, ' Mustard, .
Borecole, On km, Peas.
. Early Cora, . J Rhubarb. Asparagnsr
- Squash, Kohl Rabbi, , ' Ej?g Plant,
Melons, ' Brocoli, tHtra,
' Cardoon, Turnip. - - Celery, -
. Cadiah. - Cuenmbcr,f i. Spinach,, ...
Blue Grass, Thlmothy, Clover, Herds Grass, Millet .
and all other kinds of Field Seed on hand during the
Country merchants aspplied with. Garden Seed on
uommusuoa. ....- . - . .
11 1 II II
A. W. M CALL. O. W. FAU.
A. JJ. MONTGOMERY, Special Partuer
MSGALL & FALL,
, Wltolesale aud lietail
' DEALER IN '
CU.NS, CITLERY, .
Flows, Rakes, Cultivators,
KIRKMAN & ELLIS' OLD STAND
34, Public Square,
HAVING added to our already largo stock of H.ARD
WARE and CUTLERY, a Hue assortment of FIRS.'
FIXE TABLE AND POCKET KNIVES,
EDGE TOOLS, -
COOPERS, SMITHS, and
MACHINISTS' Tools, Implement, &c, &c.
We respectfully solicit a call from our friends, for
mcr patrous of uMCall & Co." and the public gen
M'CAIaIa to FAlaVt,
Kirkman & Ellis' Old Stand,
34 PTJBLIC EQJJABX
" Benton's Thirty Years in the United States Senate.
Cluskey's Political Text Book.
Political Debates between Hon. Abraham Lincoln
aud Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, in the celebrated cam
paign of 1858, in Illinois.
Life and Speeches of Senator Douglas
Our living Representative Men.
Historical and Legal examination of the Dred Scott
Case For sale by JOHN YORK k COi"3
NEW FALL STOCK
1.8 6 O .
Fite, Shepherd & Co.,
Wholesale Dealers In
Varieties and i:otUiug,
No 8 Hioks'Building,northsidePublicSquare,
E invite the attention of City and Country Re.
tail Atcrcnanis to our stock or
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
now in store and ready for exhibition. 2
JtS" Our stock will be found unusually attractive and
complete; and we shall oner the strongest inducements
to cash buyers and to all prompt and resimosible deal
ers. FITE, SHEPHERD k CO.
HERSCHELL FENTON'S mode of accomplishing his
Pupils in the use of the Violm and Ui-itar, is of
the most impulsive and modern schools. For i. is pro
gressive excellence in Imparting a
Knowledge of tle Art,
Reference may be obtained of his numerous patrons of
this City as well as the musical people throughout the
Terms For instruction, Violin $8 per month
" " tiuitar fs " "
" " " " 40 per session
Addresses may be made at either of the Music Stores
and at the St. Cloud Hotel. Applications attended with
the strictest and most immediate punctuality.
Room over the City Bank where be may be found at
N. B. Pianos tuned to order. sep3-lm
LAKEFISU, FRESH 0YST. RS
NO. 1 DEADEIUCK STREET.
STEPHEN II 0 L C 0 31 B ,
WOULD respectfully announce to tbe citizens of
Nashville that he has opened a Depot on Deade
riek street, whore he intends to keep a constant sup
plv of the finest LAKE ISH, BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
and all kinds of WILD GAME, which be will sell at
reasonable prices. sept24-U
Feed for Stock
THE Feed reduced to $2 50 per barrel bv
BENJ. F SIUELDS 4 CO.
July 23, 1860-tf.
NORTH MARKET STREET.
THE undesigned begs leave to inform his friends aad
the public that he has still on hand a number of
handsome vehicles of all kinds, and a splendid stud of
buggy and Raddle horses, for the use of fast young
gents on COURTING EXPEDITIONS, or for the accom
modation of Young America and Young America's
What man living, of any sort of progressive spirit,
would be content to snail it behind a SLOW HoRSk
when he knows that an ANIMAL OF SPIRIT could be
AT THE LEVIATHAN STABLES.
Parties desiring Coaches for "PIC-NICS," and safe
and careful Drivers, should not forget what the papers
said about Ths Nkw Coach, from the Lbvlatham Livskt
Stablbs, on North Market street.
Jan20 tf Proprietor.
A H0VELTY IN THE ART WORLD.
Photography upon Porcelain.
Secured by Letters Patent in the United
States, England, France and Bel- . - '
Tie American Photographic Porcelain
, . No. 781 Bboadwat, Nbw Yore,
Having secured their novel and ingenious invention by
American and European patents, are fullv prepared to
execute all orders for "MINATURE LIKENESSES OF
PERSONS ON CHINA," presenting all the attractive
and advantageous features of ordinary photographs,
the brilliancy and finish of a water-color drawing, and
a hitherto nnattamed quality of durability, by being
rendered as imperishable as the natural operties of
the articles upon which they are transferred.
As the patented process of the Company enables the
reproduction of Photographs, not only on plain sur
faces, but upoirBuch as are round or of any degree of
irregularity portraits can be reproduced with fault
less accuracy, and delicacy of delineation, npon Por
celain wares of any description and dimension used as
articles of luxury or of household utility, such as -
URNS, VASES, BREAKFAST CUFS, TOI
LET ARTICLES, Ac.;.
thereby securing faithful portraits and furnishing an
unique and exquisite style of ornamentation of articles
"crdertfurnislt facilities for the gratification of
the popular taste, and to meet the i wan is of those pa
trora of the Fine Arts desirous of having Portrait uii
Porcelain tbe Company have imported irom Europe a
ooilection'of superior porcelain goods, manufactured to
Xrown order,whk-b they sell at cost pricey
As the American Company are owners of the patent
riuht and consequently the only persous authorized to
use the process, they have determined, in order to af
ntrd People in every section of the Union an opportu
nity to possess Portraits on China, to make the foilow
inr oroiioeitKM to residents in the country, who are
onabie tovisit personally the Atelier and Galleries in
New York: Persous sending a photograph, anibro
tvoe or daguerreotype to the office of the Company in
New York, accompanied by nri ouass, will receive
in return by express, free of other charge, a richly or
namental Breakfast Cup and Saucer, with the portrait
transOm thereon. - ' .
- By transmitting a daguerreotype and T3r douaks,
they will secure in like manner, a handnouie French
Vase or Toilet Ankle, with the portrait reproduced by
tbe paten Wd process. -
By sending a pair of daguerrcotypea and niiwt
iKMXAjts, they will receive in return a pair of rich
Sevres Vases, with the portraits executed equal to
minature painttogs; nd, in like manner, portraits can
be reproduced on porcelain wares or Vase of every
quality of finish, ranging in price from Twsutyto Oue
i:i dollars tbe uair. . ,
H 13, Be particular in writing tie address, town,
enon'tv and State distinctly. AU letters to be ad
dressed to MANAGER. AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHIC
PORt ELAtNVV., ,iOAvw4w, avm..
U A T BW1SH 1 j - ij.
; hShelton's Marble Works!
Charch street, ntxt door tf tVrnrfis"s Cabinet shop
;: IN'asliviIIe, Tenn., ' " .'
shop, ou Church siro-t. aud cai.'s att-nuoa to - 'v
the stock of . .
.tlarble Meuoiutnli, Tombs,etc.
Which he has on exhibition and for sale, embracing
Ka nziy , uiisueu in iuQ most supero manner.
Ho is prepared to manufacture on the tlioriest notice
MaTDls.UantleS; and every d?criptkm of Marble
Work, ut iu uni-t American and Italan Marble.. Urn
work will, as heretofere, le waranted, and his prices
to suit tho times. . M.I. SHELTON. ,
- for October.
Harper's New Monthly Magazine
Godey's Lady's Book j . ...... - . .
Peterson's Lady's National Magazine ; .
Arthur's Home Magazine ; ' " '
Peterson's Ladies' National Magazine;
Arthur's Home Maguzine; ......
Just received by F. HAGAN k CO., ;
scptl4 . College street.
University of Louisiana.
fTHE Lectures in this Ileiiartment will commence on
J. th? second iluN DAY ot November, 1S60, and con
tinue until tho Urst ii Ddiy of April, 1SC1. They will
embrace the various bianihes of the Civil Law, of the
Common Law, and of Equity; Admiralty, Commercial,
International, and Constitutional Law, auj the Juris
prudence of the United Mates. The Lectures will be
delivered bv four Professors :
Hon. THEODORE H. McCALEB, LL. D., Professor of
Admiralty and International Law.
RANDLIX HL'NT, Pixtfcssor of Commercial and Crimin
al Law, and the Law of Evidence.
CHRISTIAN RtJSHJUS, LL. D., Professor of OvU Law.
ALFRED 1DZNNEN, lrfesst of Constitutional and
,. . Common Law, and Equity Jurisjirudcnce.
No city in Uiu Uuited Muu-s has the advantages
which New Orleans possesws for the ready and perfect
acquirement of the Modern Languages. Uood Board
can be obtained as cheap here as in any othvr large
city in the Union.
AU communications must be addressed to the Dean
of the Faculty, at New Orleans.
augi0-d&-wt3tlmin Dean of the Faculty.
COAL.! COAL.! COAL!
UNTIL further notice, will be sold at the Yard of
tbe Raccoon Mountain Coal Com(any (formerly
A-ina) at the following prices:
Lump Coal, per ton $5 50
Round Coal, " " 5 00
Nut Coal, " " 4 00
Blacksmith's do. " " 3 60
Mr. Job.v It Lang will In future attend to the busi
ness of the Company in this place.
SAMUEL J. AGNEW,
General Superintendent R. M. C Co.
Nashville, August 16, lsCO.
g2T Orders can be left in Box No. 94. Tost Office, or
at tuo Yard, back of the Nashville and Chattanooga
Railroad Dejwt. JOHN B. LANG,
HOUSE. SIGN m CKM.UEMAL PA1XTEB,
jo. 75 onli .TIarket street)
Opposite Myers, Hunt k Co.'s Carriage Shop.
Jt3 All orders from the city or country attended to
with promptness and despatch- eeptll-tf
'Volmeco Sale Mays
A. HAMILTON'S WAREHOUSE,
On Mondays, 'Wednesdays and Fridays,
AT TEX O'CLOCK A.' 31.
jb5 This arrangement is mu.le for the purpose o
both aocomindatuig buyers and X'lauters, aud 1 hope
wiu be satisuctory.
?-tf A. HAJLU
Ice! Ice'. I icc'.'.t
X7F. have f'uened our Icfl Depot in the rear of the
VV State Bstuk, and wui sen cheap as any m the
market tiiat iis a. good. Our Ice is fri'ia Paradise Hill,
thirt"--n milit, north of Nashville, nd maile exclusive
ly of the best priug Water in tbe Stale, from four to
eight ini'hes tbi-k. We will open a dct on South
Cherry street at C. McCrary's grocery store about the
15th of April.
marl6-lf B. E. k J. J. GARRETT.
THE undersigued will sell one-half , or the whole of
700 Acres of Land, lying in Council's Bfnd, on
Duck River, tn Hickman county, Tennessee, about four
miles below Centre viile.
There is about 200 Acres of Land now in cultivation,
and about 300 more tit for cultivation. It has three
lasting Suriinrs on it, with buildiniraat each one a
corulorUible Frame Dwelling, with suitable ncro and
other out houses. The farm can be divided into three
parts without injury.
If only one half is sold, one third of the purchase
miinfVmuft be nam m casu. tue oaiance on iwo equai
annual installments. If the whole tract is sold togeth
er, one payment must be in cash, ana the balance on
equal annual eustalluieuUi from one to seven years, as
may be agreed on. Persons wishing to purchase can
call aud examine for themselves, or can get any infor
mation they may wish by addressing
augl4-w2m Centre viile, Tenn.
HAVING been appointed and qualified as Adminis
trator of the estate of David Smiley, sr., dee'd.,
all persons having clniuis against said estate are noti
fied to tile them with me wituiu tne time requireu oy
law or thev will be forever barred: and all persons in
debted to the same are hereby required to pome for
ward and make payment.
E. C. DRAKE,
sopl4-lm Adm'r ot David bniiley, sr.
P. V. M AXEY & CO
NO. 46 MARKET STREET,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Wronglit and Cast Iron. Cook Stares, ;
AND every variety of heating stoves, Gratis, Tin
plate, Copper, Irot , Wire Zinc, Japauod, pressed
and common Tinware, Brass Kettles, Fruit Cans and
Jar?, Copper bottoms, Ac, Are now in receipt ef
a large aud well assorted stock of every article usually
kept in their line of business, which they are deter
mined to sell low for cash or to punctual dealers. :
Job work of every kind solicited and special atten
tion given to it. We are also I reparei to do Roofing,
Guttering, Ac, in the best manner possible. .
Dry-fioods very Cheap. ;
rAM now in receipt of my large and well assorted
stock or Staple and Fancy Dry -Goods, which 1 am
offering at very low prices.
As quick sales and small profits is my motto, I am
willing to take op with the hater to accomplish the for
mer, and will Oder great inducements to all who will
favor me with a call, especially to cash buyers. Come
and sec for yourselves. DAVID HUMPHREY,.
sept21-tf No. 22 South side of the Square.
The Grafhcnber? Vegetable Pills, -'
ARE THE BEST IN THE WORLD FOR FAMILY USE
knit rnr -
INDIGESTION' t C05SIIPATI03r EAJh
ACHE SEBVODaUJS axo.au u oh j-oo
ULENCE WART 07 APEriTE DYSPEP
SIA LIVER COMPLAINT GEIPINGS. . '
On account of their great mildness, and from the
fact that they never gripe, nauseate, or leave the
bowels in a constiputed condition, the Grsefhonberg
Pills will be found more pleasant than any other..
M-Pric 35 cents per box. tn tbe receipt of one
dollar, four boxes will be sent by mall, free or postage
to any cart of the country. 1
MACKENZIE k MINCHIN,
sept22-tr - -"" No. 14 College street.'-
; Xciuesls, ' -
A New Novel, by Marion Hariaod, author of Alone,
Hidden Path and Moss Side, for sale id Jvasfcvme tj
JOHN YORK k CO.,
aug2&-tf . No. S8 Union street,-
A Fine i'ew Top Bngjy. i
WE hawa a handfome 'new Buggy for sal at' 7
month time, for satisfactory jwpcr.
BENJ. F. SIUELDS k CO.,
1 ' Sen tral Rooms, .'
sep-22-tf 'i i - '27 CoUege Street,
Hiorc Uoom for went.
rWO Store Rooms, well losated, to rent for t&e ba
aore ot l'soO. Apply to H F SHIELDS k CO.
eptas - ' - ' i
Cliancery Sales. , .,;
PURSUANT to a decretal order, made in the case
of N. C. Weems, Adm'r, against Missoart Nixon,
et. al. rendered on tbe 14th day ofSept. at Centerville,
I will proceed to- sli,n she- 2nd- day of November,
JS60, on the premises, a valuable tract of land, con
taining about 1 JiOO acre, lying on Lotterwood Creek
ia Hickmaa County, tog-thtr with a valuable Grist
aud Saw Mill erected upon tbo- same. The terms ef
said sale wiii be upon a credit of ona two aud three
years. Notes with good security and Men retained up
on the property for the purchased money, without, tbe
right of redemption. -. , ,t ,- . - .
On the same day, in Hickman County, In the case of
Boiling Gordon, et. aU vs. Andrew J. Gordon, et. al., I
will proceed to BeH, en tbe premises , to tbe hiprbeM and
last bidder, a tract of land containing ISA acres lying
oa Duck River, the boundaries of which are described
in tbe piuadines hied in said cause. Said land w.U be
sold on a credit of one and two years with Interest
from date of sale. - OKVILLK A. NIXON,.
aeptt4-t4 - ' : : - v . Clerk Master.-, t
Second-Uand Itnrouelie - O
A GOOD city made FamQy Bureache, but little used
for salo cheap by . - '
sspt-tf . ,. . . v . .BENJ F. SHIELDS k CO.
KATES OF. ADVERTISING
' (to trm on uas r cossrrrcTB a aoran.)
One Square 1 day $1 00 each additonal usertioa M
" 1 week, S O0oca additional square aw
. ." 460 .. " I N
" 4 " 1 months OS 1 ' f f T OO
- - a 2 00 " - u - 4 M
" " S 12 O0 " " " 4 0
..-. a u-u w i " oo
i ' ;.i " 00 - ;t V "i r " 10 00
SEmwABiB ar rLXAsraa. "
One square, one year, 130 each additional square IIS
Written notk-e dim be riven to take out stop
advartisemects of yearly advertisers before the year
expires, otherwise w.-&hall charge till done.
No contract of yearly ad vertisements will be discon
tinued without previous notice to us, nor will aof
charge be nude for less than on year at the yearly
rates. , , . ...! ..
AdYerlisers axoeedini; th.o apaeo cos.
tracted for will be ciaxged for the exoesa.-fc.
lducutloual . Iotlce.
TV TONDAY. SEPT. SRD. MRS. IE WIN wm
XvX School for Girls in the Basement at the pMhri.
riaa Churck , Edseueld. Arransemenu have been nade
to give a full and thoroae b Acadejnia d nniirira '
The Lady employed to teach Music cannot fail to ri n .
entire satisfaction. - - ' '
Mon. P. F. SANTEL, a native of France, and a rradn- i
ate of the Royal College of Aleiors. will teach French.
Suanisb. Italian and Modern Um4r. Mm snu !
scats the best testimonials frutn many aistuunKhed
persons. - , - , ,
Mr. a. J. Meigs says of Mon. Santel: "Ho has been
teaching my sua some time, and this practical trial of
him convinces me that be d serves to be trnstud
pficitlg as a Toacher of Frencn."
The regular Kates per Session of Ave months are lli.
$30 and 25. '
Musicontbe Piano ...$25 00
Latin and Greek .....1 10 00
.Modern Languages..... ................... 30 00
Crochetand Needle work.................. 4 00
S Pupils will be char ted from tbe time of enteriu
to the end of the SessKU. The bills will be payable at
the middle of the ScssKai. ug2s-tf
HELM B OLD'S
HELM BOLD' S BVCHV for the Bladder.
HELHBOLD'S BCCHV for the Kidneys,
11 EL MB OLD'S BCCHU for the tfravel,
HELM BOLD' S BVCHV for tbe Dropsy,
HELMBOLD S BVCHV for Nervousuess, '
HELM HOLD'S BVCHV for Loss of Memory.
HELMBOLD'S BVCHV for Dimness of Vision,
HELMBOLD'S BVCHV fur IHmcult Breathing,
HELMBOLD S BVCHV for Weak Nerves,
HELMBOLD'S BVCHV for Universal Lassitude,
HELMBOLD'S BVCHV for Horror of Disease,
HELMBOLD S BVCHV for Night-sweats,
HELMBOLD S BVCHV for Wakefulness,
HELMBOLD S BVCHV for Drvness of skin.
HELMBOLD'S BVCHV tot Eruptions
HELMBOLD'S BVCHV for Pam in the Back
HELMBOLD'S BVCHV for Heaviness of the Evelid
with temporary sutmsatmu and lue of sight,
HELMBOLD'S BVCHV for Mobility and. Restlesa-ne.-.
with want of attention and horror of society.
HELMBOLD'S BVCHV for Excesses arisioir from
indiscretion, and all diseases of
rEMALESrEM ALES FEMALES '
i'EMALES FEMALES t'EM ALES
FEMALES FEMALES FEMALES
OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE, MARRIED, OS C0X-
TAKE NO MORE PILLS,
TAKE NO MORE PILLS.
THEY ARE OP XO A TAIL,
THEY ARE OP NO A TAIL
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BVCBV "
IS 1TIE VERY BEST
REMEDY IX THE WORLD
For all complaints incident to the sex, whether arising
from indiscretion, habits of Dissipation, or in the
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE I -SEE
NO FAMILY SHOVLD BE WITHOUT IT I
TAKE NO MORE BALSAM, MERCURY, OB UX-
fLEAXAJi I Mt-Vn l. ES tUK VNPLEAS-
AA TAJnD DAA GEROVS DISEASES. .
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BVCHV -Cures
In all their stages, At little Expense
Little or no change in Diet; No inconvenience
AND XO EJTPOSVRE.
Use HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BVCIW tat t
arising from habits indulged tn
BY YOUNG AND OLD. .
And for diseases arising from habits of dissipation. It
removes all improper ducnarges; and will restore the
patient in a short time to a state of health and parity.
Use Hclmbuld's Extract Bitch tor diseases aad attec
tious of the raotdistressiug character.
Use Helmtbold't Extract Buehu fur all affections and
diseases of the : , ,
Whether existing in
MALE OR FEMALE:
From whatever cause originating and no matter of
HOW LOXG STANDING.
44 4 41
44 44 44
AD the above diseases and symptoms admit of ths
same treatment and may originate from the same cause.
READl READ 1 1 READ.' ft
HELMBOLD'S BUBHU is safe and pleasant in taste
and edur, but immediate in action.
Personally appeared before me an Alderman of ths
city of Philadelphia, H. T. HELMBOLD, Chemist, who
being duly sworn, does say that his preparation con
tains no narcotic, mercury, or injurious drugs, but is
H. T. HELMBOLD, Sole Manufacturer.
Sworn and subscribed before me, the 23d day of No
WM. P. HTBBARD, Alderman.
Price $1 per bottle, or six for $4, delivered to any
OXE TJUXG CERTAIN, '
A Trial Costs lot a Dollar-Try 'ill
And be convinced of its efficacy. And it is accompan
ied by reliable and responsible certificates from Profes
sors of Medical Colleges, Clergymen and others.
H. T. HELMBOLD,
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
104 South Tenth street, below Chestnut,
NECESSARY CA UTIOX Should unprincipled Deal
ers try to palm off another article, which pays a better
protit and is worthless, &ak for Uelmbokl's, take no
Wholesale and Retail Agents, NashyiUe.
Soldby aU DraggistseBerywhert.
f)A BARRELS Timothy Seed;
aZJ 20 " . .. Blue Grrss do;
20 ' " Orchard Grass do; " ' '
20 44 . Herds Grass do; . -In
store and for sale Vow by
septlT HUGH MoCREA CO.
: New Books.
. " Jost received by -' -
' JOHN YORK & CO.,
' NO 38 UNI0X STREET. '
" THE MOTHER-IN-LAW,' by Mrs. Sooth worth, Au
thor of Lady of the Isle complete in 1 vol $1 24.
. Language without a master. " s
: Lata, Spanish, Trench, Italian aad German langua
ges without a master. Any one, or all ef these lan
guages can be learned by any one without a teacher,
with tbe aid of this book. Price $1 at. octl-tf
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Sliocs lor tlie Million.
SXYiiER & FRIZZELL; ;
HATE in store, a large and superior stock of Boots,
Shoos and Gal tors, to which they call the atten
tion of ail who wtoh good shoes and at remuurkaUjt lam
- uur stoea I or uentiemen a urge, atvi Mntnu
every variety, both- sewed and pegged. Tne )ada
will und every style of Gaiters, with and withtyit
brtels. ..Also, tfiippora. Buskins, ko., tot Boys and
Youths, Misses and children. We have a large stait
anl of every variety. i . - i. 4
- PL, A1VTATION SHOES. ;
We would call the attention of Planters to oar PRE
MIUM BROGAN, which ia a most superior article.
Also; Kip and thick Brogans, Dutch Boots for women,
heavy kuble sole thick Boots. Our stock of Buys
Boots and Shoes for tall and winter ia large and good.
We have taken unusual pains ia (ttiag ap our lock
this fall, and we are satuned that we ill give satisfac
tion and Inducements to all Cash aad prompt paymg
customers who shall give us a call. - . 7 ,
octa-tf . -..
1 Dissolutioa of CcpartnersL'ps
The firm of SAUFLEY, PORTIA k CO., Is this day
dissolved by mutual consent Maiars. Saufiv-y and Ber
ry retiring Tie retnammg copartners have taken ialo
thetr busuies, Mr. R. A. ALUSUN, late of the Houseof
Allisoo, Andersuo k Co., and the but mess will be eon.
ducted, as heretofor at the aid Hani, No (lPublM
Sauare. under the name and styie of
' -4 1 ' 1VEW FIRRI. " ' ' '
Ths Bdrsigned baviag sold their interest in the
business rf Sauflev, forter Co., to Messrs. PocUc,
Johnson k Co., Exdusive Wholesale daa'nrs in Hata,
Cpa, ete. etc-, take plaaeer in reecaunoBdicg tn
new firm to the tvow ued coufidence of their old
friends and customers acd W the pa&'iclo general.
- ''"52 '' .' it- C. CAllLFV,
Septa-lta '.'" " ,. WM-LfctKAr.